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This lovely pattern comes in two versions, an original textured sportweight version done in Miss Babs Yummy 3 ply, and a new 2 color larger version done in A Verb for Keeping Warm, Floating (colorways: Hazelnut and Hawk's Feather). Both wrap around you like a hug! For the two color version, you will two 400 yard skeins of fingering weight yarn, one in each of two colors. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl increase decrease GAUGE 16 {20} sts/27 {29} rows = 4"/10cm in following pattern after blocking {in stockinette stitch}: Row 1: k1, p1 to end Rows 2 & 4: work sts as they lay Row 3: p1, k1 to end Repeat rows 1-4 for pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS small, sport weight one color: Width, tip to tip: 72 inches after blocking Length: 24.5 inches after blocking Medium -stockinette top- fingering weight 2 color: Width, tip to tip: 90 inches after blocking; Length: 37 inches after blocking SUGGESTED YARN 620 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Miss Babs Yummy 3 ply COLORWAY Moors

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I’ve always loved being crafty, but never imagined I could be lucky enough to do it for a living! Although I had knit on and off throughout most of my life, it was learning to knit lace in 2005 that kindled my true passion for fiber and needles. I began making shawl pins to hold my lovely new creations securely on my shoulders. When the owner of my local yarn store wanted some to sell, I founded Designs by Romi. Things grew from there, and I started designing knitted items, as well: first knitted jewelry and then lace. My book New Lace Knitting was published by Interweave in late 2015, and contains 19 classic designs for every day and into the evening. My work has appeared in numerous publications, among them Knitty, Knitscene, Interweave Knits, Twist Collective, Vogue Knitting Magazine, and in several books. In 2010, I found a Ravelry group that had set a goal of knitting 10 shawls in 2010 and I got the crazy idea that I wanted to design and knit 10 shawls. I had already done three that year and had seven left to do. My first 7 Small Shawls eBook subscription collection was born! I am currently finishing up my fifth. My library of designs can be seen on These days I’m busy teaching and designing knitwear. I owe the Internet knitting community a huge debt of gratitude for making it possible for me to fondle yarn, fiber and beads incessantly and not feel guilty about it. :)